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May 17, 2012 1:00am EDT
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CSPAN
May 18, 2012 1:00am EDT
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CSPAN
May 31, 2012 1:00am EDT
congress. i cannot stand without recognizing the illustrious congresswoman from florida, corrine brown. and the distinguished member from the state of california, barbara lee. thank you for coming. [applause] some of you may know me, many of you may not know me. i represent the eastern part of north carolina. the 24 counties east and north in north carolina. i serve as the vice chair of the congressional black caucus. i want to thank you very much for coming today to have this important conversation with us. i also bring greetings from my home church, the missionary baptist church. unlike to do that briefly what i am speaking to organizations. how do stand in the shoes of john lewis? it kind of reminds me of when king was assassinated and david abernathy ascended to the chair of the eoc. -- the o.c.. that is -- the eoc. that is where i find myself today. we are here to talk about protecting voting rights. it is critically important. and for us to talk about the full dimension of voting rights, you cannot address the subject in a contemporary context. you've got to go all the way back t
CSPAN
May 10, 2012 8:00pm EDT
a conversation with mr. brown in 2006 at the labor conference in manchester. you describe that in paragraph 36. >> yes. >> the labor conference in manchester that year, we knew, because it was announced, that mr. blair would be leaving within the year, and in all probability mr. brown would be the next prime minister. would you agree? >> i think that was a given, yes. >> he said to you -- you say, "i remember that meeting well. mr. brown told me he had it on very good authority mr. murdoch would appoint me as the editor of "the sun" when rebekah was promoted." do you see that? >> yes. >> he was telling you it was already rupert murdoch's decision that rebekah wade would be promoted and you would be the next editor of "the sun." >> i did not believe rupert murdoch would have had that conversation with him. >> why not? he was close to mr. brown, was he not? >> my understanding of how news international works, in terms of appointment of editors, is that it would not have involved the conversation at that stage. it was sometime after that rebekah was promoted, quite some time. i did not believe it
CSPAN
May 9, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. the clerk: amendment offered by ms. brown of florida. at the end of the bill before the short title insert the following, section, the amount made available by this act for department of justice office of justice programs, state and local law enforcement assistance, for emergency federal law enforcement assistance, as authorized by section 609 in the justice assistance act of 1984, 42 u.s.c. 105-13, public law 98-473 -- ms. brown: mr. speaker. the chair: without objection, the gentlelady is recognized for five minutes in support of her amendment. ms. brown: thank you, mr. speaker, and members of the house. i'm excited that finally we have an amendment that everybody can support. since everyone is supporting law enforcement. this amendment fully funds the emergency federal law enforcement assistance program in the amount of $20 million. this program was designed to help local government respond to extraordinary law enforcement emergencies after they have exhausted their own budgets. the emergency law enforcement assistance program authorized the attorney general to provide funds, equipment,
CSPAN
May 23, 2012 8:00pm EDT
of our committee, senator brown is next. >> director sullivan and mr. edwards, thank you for tending. hist mr. sullivan, you said that you were not aware that this had happened before and that is evidenced by some of the investigations you have done in your long history in the service, correct? >> yes, senator. >> you are still trying to figure it out is something you also said, correct? the most recent incidents? >> yes, sir. >> you are making changes coming ethics training, changing policy, is that correct? >> yes, sir. >> you said many times that a majority of the folks serving in the agency -- and i would agree -- do wonderful work and have gone on many missions and serve with great pride and resourcefulness. 147 years of service. is that fair to say? >> yes, senator. >> i know that you set out new guidelines and indicated they were draconian. and that you need to do them but you feel it's necessary. i would ask do you also trust the men and women now that are serving, notwithstanding this individual incident? do you trust them in their sacrifice and service in the job they're do
CSPAN
May 3, 2012 1:00am EDT
had placed, "my eyes are brown." the registrar looked at her and said "no, your eyes are black." she said "no my eyes are brown." my mother refused to leave. the registrar return 15 minutes later and she was allowed to register to vote. the point is, the indignity and the harassment, the gamesmanship and the difficulty place in the way of people prior to the voting at this something we must be reminded of. in 2012 we are witnesses to an avalanche of new voting laws in 34 states across the nation. new voting laws would seek strict but no identification requirements, restrict early voting. new laws that make it difficult for people to carry out voter registration. we ask a simple question "why and why now?" why and why now is there this new avalanche? we say it is an attack on democracy. we say that these new voters oppression loss is something we must collectively recess. -- laws is something we must collectively resist. we believe they can impact the voter registration of 5 million voters across the nation. recently, i am proud that a circuit court judge in wisconsin signed an inject
CSPAN
May 1, 2012 8:00pm EDT
tony blair and gordon brown and former chancellor is one -- might want to reveal their taiex and e-mails to company executives. these people crowded our country. they brought shane -- shame on our police force. they lied and cheated, blackmailed and boley. we should be ashamed to think how we cower before them for so long. to stop requires more than to agonistic retribution. those really responsible are held to account. the rich and powerful are as low in the face of the law is the most humble and week. in the words of bob dylan, the ladder of law has no top and bottom. everyone in the world knows who is responsible for the wrongdoing at news corp., rupert murdoch. more than any individual alive, he is to blame. the deeds are his. he pay the piper and he called the tune. it is his company, his culture, his people, his business, his failures, his lies, his crimes, the price of profits and his power. >> thank you. it is fair to say -- that was not the unanimous of view of the committee. >> coming back to the report, every -- the chairman was right to focus on the part of the report w
CSPAN
May 16, 2012 8:00pm EDT
at the national cathedral ral. he was worn on october 16, 1931, in boston, massachusetts and graduated from brown university and served in the marine corps and went to law school at brown and went on to practice law and at a very young age in 1969 while he was under 40, he was slected by president nixon to be special counsel to the president and served from 1969 to 1973. during that time he was known as a very tough guy, he was known as richard nixon's hatchets man and was very intell ent and understood politics and policy and how to get things done, very driven, focused and tough. and used his tough upbringing in boston and sharp intellect to be a huge impact for president nixon. he was also in that time involved with watergate and through that, he felt that he was called to be honest with his involvement in there and pled guilty and entered to a plea of obstruction of justice and was sent enced to prison. and he examined what he had done and why he had done it and what life was all about. through a writer that he had read a book given to him, a book by a great author and great their, c.s. lewis
CSPAN
May 17, 2012 8:00pm EDT
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CSPAN
May 4, 2012 1:00am EDT
this every year. we elect people and it does not work so we throw them out. it is always like charlie brown hoping lucy will not follow the football. if you think in terms of economics, what do we know about economics or cultural issues taissues? incenses' works. we've created a system which every incentive is to not compromise. every incentive, whether it is how you have to win a closed party primary, one of the examples i used in delaware. there isn't nearly 1 million people in delaware. -- is nearly 1 million people in delaware. it is not small place. nearly a million people there. people were shocked when mike lost the republican primary for the senate. the woman you bit him, christine o'donnell -- who beat him, christine o'donnell only got 30,000 votes. we have a sore loser laws that if you ran in a party primary and lost, if you cannot have your name on the ballot in november. we have a system where 30,000 people could deny the rest of the million people in delaware the chance to choose among all the possible candidates. one of the things i'm trying to do is to break democracy. lookin
CSPAN
May 10, 2012 1:00am EDT
away from the presidency. he has helped with the jerry brown's campaign in california in 2010 as well as many campaigns overseas. we are going to have a final conversation. i want to start. we will open up to questions. i want to start by saying if we can get into the head of the campaigns as they are right at this stage in the election cycle. they're trying to size of the challenges they face. i want to start with you. i want to ask you of things to talk about from the obama campaign. you ran an incumbent reelection campaign. you know what it is like to be 48% approval, no sure thing. what is the obama team thinking about the challenges and what they need to do? >> their two ways to answer that. one is what challenges they have and what have beeone challenges they don't know. they have spent a lot of time working on this of battleground states. he has held more fund-raisers than all of his predecessors back to ronald reagan combined in their entire campaigns. >> don't you in the that? >> in a way i do. as somebody who is but inside the white house, if you get that 130 presidential fu
CSPAN
May 15, 2012 8:00pm EDT
on himself, her 14-year-old daughter was home and called the police. markita brown shot his girl friend to death. another unidentified victim was shot by someone they believe her husband and the children discovered both deceased. someone by the name of fortunat was killed by juan perez, shot to death. it goes on and on and on in terms of the violence. it's not a respecter of age. what we have in this legislation, 4970, that is so striking for those of us who have dealt with women, i sat on the houston area women's center, that provided refuge for women. i've dealt with women who have had their faces shot off and had to run for their life. here's what we have in this legislation very briefly. as we well know, as you celebrated law enforcement officers who lost their lives today, we know when they come upon a domestic violence circumstance, they are in jeopardy. what they want most is for that victim to be able to talk to them. in a a series of amendments not in the senate bill, we have take ton do immigration reform, immigration enforcement, and we've used it in the wrong way. we've deci
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